PhD in foreign country

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07-Feb-03, 18:34
by GUEST
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posted about 16 years ago
I am a Portuguese student and I’m going to finish my degree with a grade of 15/20. To get a PhD here with "15" is very hard.

Realistically speaking, is it possible for me to apply for PhDs in foreign countries? I think I can be as good or even better in doing a PhD in bioinformatics as a student with a 16 or even 17.

I really want to pursue a career in bioinformatics (I finally found what I really like :) but I’d like some pointers to whether it is feasible to get a PhD.
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01-Mar-03, 12:07
by GUEST
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posted about 16 years ago
apply to the University of the Western Cape (South Africa) and you won't go wrong. It's the best instution for Bioinformatics and the reserach team is lead by a world renowned bionformaticist for the States
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01-Mar-03, 12:41
by GUEST
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posted about 16 years ago
Hi Bruno

If you are interested in pursuing your research in South Africa I'd recommend the Univesity of the Western Cape. Their URL adress is www.uwc.ac.za. The department is called SANBI and the research is multi-disciplinary. A friend of mine has recently graduated from the institute and is now working in the States. Good luck..........
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02-May-03, 13:15
by GUEST
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posted about 16 years ago
I am a final year student of M.Sc.(Ag)Biotechnology.Presently doing my Thesis related research work on the Topic'Molecular differention of CMS line & fertility Restorer line in Rice.I want to join for my Ph.D in Abroad.Which country should I prefer & How can I get Admission.Thank You.
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18-May-03, 22:56
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posted about 16 years ago
I have a BSc in Maths and Info Systems, and an MSc in International Management. I am currently working as a project analyst, but I am very keen to pursue a PhD in the areas of management (esp emerging management techniques in IT/Telecomms in developing countries ). I want to pursue this in the States and have some travel included in this. How do I go about this? And I can only do this if I get full funding and some 'help' towards living costs. Anyone have any ideas?
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23-May-03, 15:22
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posted about 16 years ago
Information on research funding can be found from the US Educational Advisory Service at the Fulbright Comission www.fulbright.co.uk.
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21-Jul-03, 11:36
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posted about 16 years ago
I want sholorship in phd in analytical chemistry

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